DK <qumran> is an interdisciplinary audiovisual series of three works created by Ángel Arranz, which combines live visuals, architecture and music. The show consists in a projection of real-time generated visuals and a recital of electronic music -live and fixed media-. The music is played
Lex van den Broek from the Technical Department of the Institute of Sonology - Royal Conservatory in The Hague has specifically created a new device in order to assist some requirements of the composer Ángel Arranz. The device consists in a re-shaping and re-functionality of
SUPPER, Martin. 2004. Música Electrónica y Música con Ordenador. Historia, estética, métodos, sistemas. Alianza Música (Alianza Editorial), Madrid. ISBN: 84-206-8169-5.
Esta vez me lanzo al blog haciendo uso del castellano para recomendar a la comunidad hispano-hablante un libro, aunque no podemos considerar de reciente edición
EspacioVías organizes the workshop Soundpainting
by Beatriz Franco Mielgo during the 8th and 9th April.
EspacioVías, León (ES)
Soundpainting is a language of signs created at the 80's by the Newyorker musician Walter Thompson in order to compose pluridisciplinar performances real-time, given that it is oriented to musicians,
I think that it could be a good reason to break these long weeks of intellectual dryness by telling you some really worthwhile news. And that it is not exactly "news", because it is something that began to work certain time ago. Anyway, for me
8-channel tape piece
Everything is curved. So did my dear colleague Casper Schipper define his first listening to Extrusion, the second electronic piece from a series of four works, which I expect to finish in 2011. Maybe it is because of my renewed interest in
Institute of Sonology
Discussion Concert Series
DC #5 – 7th May, 2010
Arnold Schoenbergzaal, 19:30
Royal Conservatory of The Hague
Works of G.M. Koenig, Adalsteinsson, Zweerts, Vinton, Van Paemel/Braet, Konstantinidou, Li and Arranz.
Next Friday 7th May the last Discussion Concert of this season will be celebrated at the Institute of
c/ Alcalá, 31
17th March to 16th May, 2010
Tu. to Sa. 11:00 to 20:30
Su. 11:00 to 14:00
Unlike the general chaotic mood last days and the collective hysteria by trip colapses, certain news about a threatening volcano incarnated in the god Thor and serious announcements
Indeed, this is a special event for sonologists, musicologists, composers and in general for lovers of electronic music. Two interviews with Paul Berg and Kees Tazelaar repectively have been published by the composer and musicologist Ángel Arranz. These interviews were realized during 2009 within the
We would like to present the composer Ángel Arranz.
Ángel Arranz is a Spanish composer who lives and works in The Netherlands as an associate researcher at the Institute of Sonology in The Hague. His music explores hybridization between acoustical instruments and electronics, spatiality in several plans